WSBK » Imperious Sykes ‘en route’ to title with French double


Tom Sykes needs just two ninth place finishes from the final round of the season to secure the 2013 World Superbike Championship title after his double success in France.

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Vilas46

October 06, 2013 7:00 PM
Last Edited 381 days ago

Thats it Tom.. Just Perfect=).. Thats how riders Win Champions.. Next is Jerez i bealive will suit the zx10r very well and now the Gap is even Better.. Title is Close Tom very Close..

shamarone

October 07, 2013 5:01 AM

4 words... WIDE THE F'CK OPEN...!!! see guys, just like doctor s1 ordered.

oh, and would somebody tell martin and green they're late, I already put out the invite to scott and rob month's ago...!!! :) LOL

Nick636

October 07, 2013 8:41 AM

Said it would happen... GREAT PERFORMANCE TOM!!!

@ Insidejob

Rider, no doubt. Yes, the bike is good, really good, but if you look at how many Aprilias run up front, that should technically be the package to be on...

I reckon Kawasaki need a new team to take up the satellite mantel as Pedercini just are not worthy. They also need good riders on the satellite bikes as this is costing them constructors points.

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